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Satan is a character in Saints Row: Gat out of Hell.

Playtime is over Mr. Gat. Save them if you can.
— Satan, before his showdown with Johnny Gat

Overview[]

Satan is the ruler of New Hades, a city located in Hell. He is also the father of Jezebel and the main antagonist of Saints Row: Gat out of Hell.

Satan is the driving force behind the events of the game. Early on, he causes trouble for the 3rd Street Saints by kidnapping Playa during a surprise birthday party for Kinzie Kensington, and plans on forcing them to wed his daughter.[Reference needed]

Satan rules his domain with cruelty and absolute ruthlessness.[Reference needed] He cares little for anything but his own self interests. This even applies to Jezebel, leading the two of them to have a strained father-daughter relationship.[Reference needed]

Biography[]

Satan's history prior to the conflict with Johnny Gat is revealed in Audio Tomes.

Satan used to be in heaven before he got cast out to hell.[3] From then on, he transformed Hell from a "pleasant timeout space" into a fiery purgatory.[3] He was determined not to bow to God again.[4] At some point Satan waged a war against Heaven, but he lost and Hell was damaged in the process.[5] He blamed the defeat on his general, Vlad, even though Vlad had warned Satan that they were not ready for a prolonged conflict and did what he could to win the impossible battle once it became clear it would happen anyway.[5] Having imprisoned Vlad, Satan looked for a new general to bring greatness to his army.[6]

Trivia[]

  • Satan is based on the mythical character Satan.
  • Satan is the second non-human antagonist, first being Zinyak.

Gallery[]

Gat out of Hell concept art of Satan


References[]

  1. Relation: Daughter
  2. Saints Row Wiki: Saints Row: Gat out of Hell credits
  3. 3.0 3.1 Diversion: Tomes (Satan 26 : Old Hades)
  4. Diversion: Tomes (Satan 24 : The Black Cathedral)
  5. 5.0 5.1 Diversion: Tomes (Vlad 2)
  6. Diversion: Tomes (Satan 9 : The Coming War)


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